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Veszprém-Balaton European Capital of Culture Project

Jun 22, 2020

The organizers of the Veszprém-Balaton European Capital of Culture project will be making film picnics, light and classical music programs, contemporary dance and literary events from mid-August, the program commissioner, Tibor Navracsics announced in Veszprém on Monday. Tibor Navracsics added that many events had been planned in preparation for this year's tourist season, but due […]

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Hungarian commissioner portfolio tweaked

Oct 22, 2014

European Parliament has approved the new EU commission led by Jean-Claude Juncker. The portfolio of the Hungarian commissioner, Tibor Navracsics, has been curtailed, no longer containing citizenship, but sport, alongside culture and education.

Hungarian EU Commissioner candidate Tibor Navracsics at his hearing before EP's Cultural Committee |

Navracsics rejected as EU Commissioner for Culture

Oct 6, 2014

European Parliament’s Culture Committee rejected the nomination of Hungarian candidate Tibor Navracsics as the new EU Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Citizenship due to his record in a government accused of curbing civic rights.

Tibor Navracsics (on the left) and Péter Szijjártó | Foreign Ministry and Lajos Soós /MTI

Hungarian FM resigns, PM nominates replacement

Sep 19, 2014

Hungarian Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Tibor Navracsics submitted his resignation to President János Áder and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. the latter already nominated his former spokesperson Péter Szijjártó, now deputy FM, as the new minister.

Tibor Navracsics | Zsolt Burger / Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Minister Navracsics nominated as EU Commissioner

Jul 31, 2014

The Hungarian Prime Minister has nominated Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Tibor Navracsics to serve as Commissioner in the next European Commission (EC). Before the official announcement, Navracsics revealed his nomination on Twitter.

The new Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affiars and Trade

New Hungarian Foreign Minister takes office

Jun 9, 2014

With the formation of the new Orbán government, the new foreign minister, Tibor Navracsics took over his new portfolio from the outgoing minister, János Martonyi. The name of the ministry also changes: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Hungarian cultural institute opens in Zagreb | MTI / György Varga

Hungarian Cultural Institute opens in Zagreb

Jan 6, 2014

The Croatian capital, Zagreb saw the opening of a new Hungarian cultural institute this past week-end. The purpose of the new institute is to inform people in Croatia about Hungarian cultural and scientific achievements.


Polish Constitution Day

May 7, 2013

On the occassion of the May 3rd Constitution National Day, the Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to Hungary, Roman Kowalski invited hundreds of guests to the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest.
In his speech, Ambassador Kowalski stressed that the day of the 1791 Constitution, the first modern one in Europe, means a lot for the Polish people, they are proud of the anniversary as it reminds of them of the merits gained in the creation of a modern Europe and of modern democracy.
Hungarian Deputy PM Tibor Navracsics was of the view that the Polish constitution is about being Central European. He called for the member countries of the Visegrád Group, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, whose combined GDP would be the world’s 15th, to now form closer cooperation on the economic front “to achieve big results.”


Polish Constitution Day

May 7, 2013

On the occassion of the May 3rd Constitution National Day, the Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to Hungary, Roman Kowalski invited hundreds of gueststo the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest to celebrate the 1791 Polish Constitution.

‘Shoes on the Danube Promenade’ | Noémi Bruzák/MTI

Hungary honors Holocaust Remembrance Day

Apr 17, 2013

On the occasion of Hungary’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorations including exhibition openings, conferences and history lessons were held on Tuesday throughout the country with the participation of politicians and civilians.

| Vanda Katona/D&T Archive

Anti-Roma remarks by journalist condemned

Jan 10, 2013

Hungarian journalist Zsolt Bayer's recent remarks concerning the Roma minority are unacceptable, Viviane Reding, Vice-President of the European Commission. Hungary’s Deputy Prime Minister, Tibor Navracsics also condemned the remarks.


Budapest proposed as seat for patent court

Oct 19, 2012

Ministers from Central Europe held a two-day summit in Veszprém, Western Hungary. It was suggested that - if partners agree - Budapest would be well-placed to compete for the role of a regional center for the European Patent Court.

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